The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 26, Number 2
Summer 2000



ARTICLES

The Nanking 100-Man Killing Contest Debate: 
War Guilt Amid Fabricated Illusions, 1971-75
BOB TADASHI WAKABAYASHI {abstract}

Kimura Mokuro (1774-1856) and His Kokuji shosetsu tsu (1849)
ANDREW L. MARKUS {abstract}


PERSPECTIVES

Contested Access: 
The Imperial Tombs in the Postwar Period
WALTER EDWARDS {abstract}


REVIEWS

Hudson, Ruins of Identity: Ethnogenesis in the Japanese Islands
DAVID L. HOWELL

Smits, Visions of Ryukyu: Identity and Ideology in Early-Modern Thought and Politics 
KÄREN WIGEN

McClain and Wakita, eds., Osaka: The Merchants’ Capital of Early Modern Japan
LUKE ROBERTS

 

Pratt, Japan’s Proto-Industrial Elite: The Economic Foundations of the Gono
PHILIP C. BROWN

 

Walthall, The Weak Body of a Useless Woman: Matsuo Taseko and the Meiji Restoration
NEIL L. WATERS

 

Kornicki, The Book in Japan: A Cultural History from the Beginnings to the Nineteenth Century
AMY V. HEINRICH

 

Screech, Sex and the Floating World: Erotic Images in Japan 1700-1820
PAUL GORDON SCHALOW

 

Auestad, Rereading Soseki: Three Early Twentieth-Century Japanese Novels
EIJI SEKINE

 

Snyder and Gabriel, eds., Oe and Beyond: Fiction in Contemporary Japan
NINA CORNYETZ

 

Solt, Shredding the Tapestry of Meaning: The Poetry and Poetics of Kitasono Katue (1902-1978)
LEITH D. MORTON

 

Sakaki, Recontextualizing Texts: Narrative Performance in Modern Japanese Fiction
VAN C. GESSEL

 

Sherif, Mirror: The Fiction and Essays of Kōda Aya
ANGELA YIU

 

Tucker, Ito Jinsai’s Gomo Jigi and the Philosophical Definition of Early Modern Japan
TETSUO NAJITA

 

Dilworth, Viglielmo, and Zavala, trans. and ed., Sourcebook for Modern Japanese Philosophy: Selected Documents
THOMAS P. KASULIS

 

Reader and Tanabe, Jr., eds., Practically Religious: Worldly Benefits and the Common Religion of Japan
BARDWELL SMITH

 

Smyers, The Fox and the Jewel: Shared and Private Meanings in Contemporary Japanese Inari Worship
MICHAEL ASHKENAZI

 

Hendry, An Anthropologist in Japan: Glimpses of Life in the Field
TAKIE SUGIYAMA LEBRA

 

Goldstein-Gidoni, Packaged Japaneseness: Weddings, Business and Brides
WALTER EDWARDS

 

Jolivet (Glasheen, trans.), Japan: The Childless Society?
FUJITA MARIKO

 

Okano and Tsuchiya, eds., Education in Contemporary Japan: Inequality and Diversity
WILLIAM CUMMINGS

 

Yoneyama, The Japanese High School: Silence and Resistance
MOTOKO AKIBA AND GERALD K. LETENDRE

 

Lam, Green Politics in Japan
MIRANDA A. SCHREURS

 

LeBlanc, Bicycle Citizens: The Political World of the Japanese Housewife
MARY C. BRINTON

 

Strober and Chan, The Road Winds Uphill All the Way: Gender, Work, and Family in the United States and Japan
ROBIN M. LEBLANC

 

Weber, Chancengleichheit auf Japanisch: Strukturen, Reformen und Perspektiven der Frauenerwerbsarbeit in Japan
KAREN A. SHIRE

 

Campbell and Ikegami, The Art of Balance in Health Policy: Maintaining Japan’s Low-Cost, Egalitarian System
MICHAEL R. REICH

 

Takahashi, The Emergence of Welfare Society in Japan
Milly, Poverty, Equality, and Growth: The Politics of Economic Need in Postwar Japan
ITO PENG

 

Hemmert and Oberländer, eds., Technology and Innovation in Japan: Policy and Management for the Twenty-First Century
MARIE ANCHORDOGUY

 

Wong, Japanese Bosses, Chinese Workers: Power and Control in a Hong Kong Megastore
JOHN CLAMMER

 

Ramseyer and Nakazato, Japanese Law: An Economic Approach
MARK A. LEVIN

 

Haley, The Spirit of Japanese Law
MARK D. WEST

 

Rose, Interpreting History in Sino-Japanese Relations: A Case Study in Political Decision Making
JOSHUA A. FOGEL

 

Green and Cronin, eds., The U.S.-Japan Alliance: Past, Present, and Future
HARUHIRO FUKUI

 

Moore and Robinson, eds., The Japanese Constitution: A Documentary History of Its Framing and Adoption
AMAKAWA AKIRA

 

Hardacre, ed., The Postwar Development of Japanese Studies in the United States
PATRICIA G. STEINHOFF

 

PUBLICATIONS OF NOTE
 

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